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Little Country Houses

Poppy's PadWelcome to Little Country Houses, a truly amazing glamping experience with a number of added luxuries. Our three little wooden houses have been hand crafted and are located in the North Cotswolds within an area of outstanding natural beauty. For a truly relaxing experience you do not need to drive anywhere as we are located just outside of the pretty village of Mickleton where there are 2 pubs, a village shop, post office, butchers, greengrocers and hotel within a 10 minute walk. Mickleton is also home to the World famous Pudding Club which is also only a 10 minute walk away. If you wish to venture a little further, the beautiful wool town of Chipping Campden is just 2.5 miles away with Broadway and Stratford Upon Avon both within easy reach.

Pitched at the end of a small touring site the houses have a comfy double sleeping loft with a stunning aspect window with views of the hill and woods behind. Downstairs you will find a flush toilet, micro-kitchen, sofa bed and breakfast bar however, the real treat is outside where we have a hot water shower shack and under our covered decks you will find a large private wood fired hot tub and wood burner/oven for a totally relaxing experience.

Little Country Houses is a family run business driven from our passion for the great outdoors. Having run a small campsite for a number of years we decided to expand and add little houses so that more people could experience the fantastic setting we have. We are also a working farm and run a boarding kennel and cattery business, Longhills Farm Boarding Kennels, so if you are wishing to bring your dog you would be more than welcome to book them into the kennels for the duration of your stay. This will need to be pre-booked as we do get quite busy.

Little Country Houses has been supported by the Cotswold LEADER Programme in the creation of this new campsite. It is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.